Overwatch: 5 easiest heroes to rank up with in season 17

Last updated on July 12, 2019 Tim Howard Loading... Post a comment

We have accumulated a list of easy-to-play heroes for you to rank up in Overwatch. Just select some of them, practice a few hours in Quick Play, then climb in Competitive.

Mercy (support)

You can easily climb to Diamond with Mercy, the most reliable healer in the game. Just keep her alive, stay close to your teammates like a guardian angel and heal, resurrect or strengthen them with the beams emanating from her Caduceus Staff.

If you feel playing Mercy is too boring, you can pick the following heroes in this article.

Reaper (DPS)

You don’t need to have good aim or high skill to master this hero. Reaper is a close-range fighter who can absolutely destroy any tanks with his Hellfire Shotguns. He can also self-heal by dealing damage. His ultimate, Death Blossom, is very powerful and you can easily get “Play Of The Game” with it.

Get above or behind your enemies, sneak up close on them, fire in their heads with your very high-damage shotguns, then use the Wraith Form (Shift) to escape. Always surprise your enemies.

Roadhog (tank)

Roadhog uses his Chain Hook to drag targeted enemies close (Shift) before shredding with blasts from his Scrap Gun. He’s hardy enough to withstand tremendous damage and can recover his health with a short breather (E).

Soldier 76 (DPS)

If you have played an FPS game before, Soldier 76 will be a good choice to start ranking up in Overwatch. His abilities including sprint, helix rockets, tactical visor are plain to understand. He can also heal himself or his allies with the biotic field.

Brigitte (support)

Brigitte can fit on nearly every team by filling the off-tank or support slot. Her pick rate is very high in the game. She can heal or provide armors, shield your teammates, stun enemies and more.


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